Infraday Weekly - May 21
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About The Event
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9:45: Event Opens
10:00-11:00: How to Maximize Your Capital Spend
Does the statement “I never have enough money for projects, and yet I struggle to spend what I have” sound amusing but also familiar? - Maximizing capital spend presents you with a keen opportunity: plan projects properly and finish projects (and programs) on-time and on-budget. In many cases, maximizing capital spend can even present you with an opportunity to finish projects/programs ahead of schedule and under budget. With additional time and additional capital, you can actually look at exceeding your planned portfolio of projects.
This panel will explore capital planning challenges and the solutions that organizations are utilizing to overcome them.
Tim Beck, Principal, Strategic Transportation Solutions, Oracle Construction & Engineering
Aaron Moore, Director of Special Transportation Services, Omnitrans Public Transit
Alan E. Foust, Director of Capital Planning and Facilities Services, Resource Management Group, Export-Import Bank of the United States
Charles H. Place, Managing Director of Capital Programs, Houston Parks Board
David L. Ricks, Director of Engineering & Public Works Dept, Palm Beach County Engineer
Joseph Barr, Director of Traffic, Parking, and Transportation, City of Cambridge
Subhash Tuladhar, Executive Director, Project Controls, NYC Department of Design and Construction
11:00-12:00: PPP’s Role in our Economic Recovery
In this panel format, Public Private Partnership (PPP) experts from legal, financial & technical firms and a government agency will provide an overview of successes and failures in the United States. As we prepare to navigate a COVID19 recovery, this group of will discuss PPPs role as an enabler to our infrastructure funding objectives, focused on enabling agencies and municipalities implementation of DBFOM / PPP delivery models.
Mike Burns, Executive Director Infrastructure, Vanir
Richard Kerrigan, Financial, Commercial and Technical Advisor, Project Finance Advisory Ltd.
Jeff Purtell, Justice + Civic Business Development Leader, DLR Group
Chris Kane, President, P3 Collaborative, LLC (SDVOSB)
Allen Bogard, Retired City Manager, City of Sugar Land
12:00-1:15: EV Future: Charging Ahead Post-COVID-19
Many anticipated 2020 to be the year of the electric vehicle (EV). While it’s evident COVID-19 will contribute to a few unexpected bumps in the road, there are many positive influences that will help shape the electrified future. Panelists will address the short- and long-term impact the coronavirus pandemic will have on widespread EV adoption.
Chuck Ebbets, Senior Account Manager, ViriCiti
Alan Bates, Fleet Business Operations Supervisor, City of Portland
Brad Norman, Electric Transportation Market Specialist, Georgia Power Customer Resource Center
Chris Haffenreffer, Assistant Vice President, Innovation, Enterprise Holdings
Lea Malloy, AVP of Research and Development, Cox Automotive Mobility Group
Michelle Finchum, Lead Sustainability Specialist, City of Fort Collins, CO
Susan Freedman, Senior Energy Planner, SANDAG
Zachary Eichholz, Sustainability Analyst, City of Cape Canaveral
1:15: End of Meeting
- 1 Registration$100$1000$0
- Full Team Access (10 passes)$500$5000$0
- Content Partner$1,000$1,0000$0